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Picture 1 Miss Foster - Edinburgh
Picture 2 Mr Symister - London
Picture 3 Miss Hussein - Belfast
Picture 4 Miss Racktoo - Belfast
Picture 5 Mrs Cottle - Dublin
Picture 6 Mr Khan - Dublin
Picture 7 Mrs Powell - Cardiff
Picture 8 Ms Wilson - Cardiff

The Year 6 staff are really looking forward to working with the new parents and children this year. So far we have had an excellent start back.

 

The year 6 classes are based on the capital cities of the countries in British Isles

Year 6 teachers are:

Miss Foster (Achievement Leader of Year 6) – Class Edinburgh

Mr Symister- Class London

Mrs Cottle and Mr Khan - Class Dublin

Miss Hussein and Miss Racktoo - Class Belfast

Miss Powell and Miss Wilson – Cardiff

 

We are all committed to ensuring your children have a safe, full and rounded year of learning and are all very happy to answer any questions or queries you may have.

 

Please make sure you look at our yearly and half termly overview on the website to keep up to date with what your children are learning. The spelling homework is accessible through our website. Children also have access to great education websites, to support their learning, such as:

  • Mathletics – an engaging and supportive education website to help our children enjoy maths and improve their results. http://uk.mathletics.com/
  • Reading Eggspress – an interactive online reading programme, which helps improving, spelling skills and building reading comprehension. http://readingeggspress.co.uk/

 

We would ask that you please ensure your child's reading log is being signed at least once a week by an adult at home and reading for at least 20 minutes every day. Please ensure your children have correct uniform and PE in school at all times.

 

Please check our website for regular updates.

 

Thank you.

Mr A. Symister

 

 

 

Gangs Awareness Workshop

Making the right choices

A partnership between the local police, ambulance service, the local probation service and the Edmonton Schools Together Collective, delivered a gang and weapons awareness workshop.

This program is aims to educate children in order to prevent them making the wrong choices later on. This workshop is designed to educate and equip young children to avoid the risk in being caught up in violent crime and gangs.

Within this programme the following areas were covered:

  • Real stories of victims of weapon related youth crime
  • An emergency 999 call scenario is discussed
  • Consequences of a Criminal record and joint enterprise.
  • Testimony of an ex-offender who leads a motivational speech about choices.

 

 

 

NSPCC’s Speak out. Stay safe programme  

  • Year 6 took part in the NSPCC’s Speak out. Stay safe programme.
  • At the NSPCC, they believe it’s vital that every child in every primary school across the UK understands their rights and the need to speak out and who they can speak to.
  • Speak out. Stay safe. Assembly and workshop
  • A specially trained member of the NSPCC delivered an assembly to our year group with key safeguarding messages to the children. These were the built upon with an hour long assembly workshop, where class teachers helped to facilitate discussion and provide guidance.
  • Our children were then given a task to help them consider the places, things and people, which make them feel happy and safe, individually and collectively as a class.

 


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